This Saturday I will be presenting at a Conservation Cafe for the Sydney Society for Conservation Biology. In this presentation I will be delving into one of the main projects of Gumnut Naturalist, which is backyard conservation. I’ll be exploring the fine details of how to attract local Sydney wildlife back into suburban areas and go into why it is important that we coexist with local wildlife. I’ll show you how you don’t need a large block of land to promote biodiversity and give examples of small reserves around Sydney which have become biodiversity sinks in the urban landscape. These areas become essential for the long term conservation of the wildlife of Sydney. Ultimately learn how to turn your backyard into a biodiversity sink which will enable wildlife to continue to exist in urban areas of Sydney indefinitely.
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